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Chrono Cross Remaster Screenshots Show Characters’ New and Old Models

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Chrono Cross Remaster Screenshots Show Characters' New and Old Models

One of the Chrono Cross: The Radical Dreams Edition remaster options will be the ability to choose between the old and update models for characters. To help provide a better idea of how this would look, Square Enix shared a few screenshots to illustrate the changes. The four images shared look at protagonists Serge and Kid.

First, here are the new and old Chrono Cross character model screenshots for Serge. This is how the original model looks in the remaster.
Chrono Cross Remaster Screenshots Show Characters' New and Old Models Serge old

This is the updated one.
Chrono Cross Remaster Screenshots Show Characters' New and Old Models

Here is how the original Kid model looks.
Chrono Cross Remaster Screenshots Show Characters' New and Old Models Kid Old

This is how the updated one looks.
Chrono Cross Remaster Screenshots Show Characters' New and Old Models Kid New

In addition, there are new details about the Chrono Cross remaster’s Radical Dreamers: Le Tresor Interdit localization. This was originally a Satellaview game with seven side stories related to it. Some screenshots of the game appeared. These showed story segments and one of the points where you can make a decision. Square Enix confirmed English, French, German, Italian, and Spanish localizations.

Chrono Cross: The Radical Dreams Edition will come to the Nintendo Switch, PS4, Xbox One, and PC on April 7, 2022. In addition to being able to choose which models people want to see, they can turn enemy encounters on or off.

Jenni Lada
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